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Keep bringing them in and this is what you get....

 

A dog defended its owners from an attack by four Afghan migrants, German media reported.

 

The dog’s owners, a 22-year-old girl and a 31-year-old male, were walking through downtown Chemnitz, a city in eastern Germany not too far from Dresden, last Saturday night when the man was attacked.

 

“As they crossed the railway underpass between Mauerstrasse and Dresdner Straße, they encountered several people,†reported Blick.

 

The migrants first harassed the couple before they attacked the man.

 

However, when one of the migrants went for the dog, he was bit in the thigh, causing the migrants to flee.

The attackers ranged from 18 to 20, and the bitten migrant was arrested.

 

A similar gang attack occurred in Chemnitz a few days before in which three youths were robbed by who police described as “teenagers between 14-17 years with dark hair and a darker complexion and spoke German with an accent.â€

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Do you speak Thai with an accent?

 

You'll be disturbed to know that even here in NZ, people attack other people and the victim's dog often defends their master.

 

The attackers are generally bipedal Homo Sapiens.

 

But you seem to take a racist delight in pointing out examples of problems, that occur when one party, happens to have been born in a different country.

 

If an American does something bad in Thailand, should Cavanami be kicked out? Deported? after being separated from his family and held without trial in a jail?

 

Oh and for good measure, be branded as a gang member? Because Thais can't tell the difference between People from American TV?

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If you click on the links and read them in German, you will that see the attackers the pooch chomped on were from teenagers from Afghanistan. And in the earlier attack, the bad guys were teenagers who had dark complexions and black hair, besides speaking with a foreign accent. Does that suggest something to you?

 

Now if a group of aging Irish Americans with pony tails attacked people in Thailand, you might have grounds for kicking Cav out of the country. :hmmm:

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Meanwhile back in the USA. (Yeah I know this is the German thread, but there must be at least a few Germans in Taos.)

 

 

Two males from Georgia are in custody after TCSO served a search warrant at a makeshift residence that is best described as a “compound†in Amalia, NM. Eleven children ranging in age from 1 to 15-years-old were also taken in protective custody and later turned over to New Mexico Children Youth and Families Department (CYFD) for their own health and safety. Three women believed to be the children’s mothers were also detained yesterday while investigators continue to sort out details of the case.

 

Thursday (August 2, 2018) afternoon Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe swore out an affidavit for a search warrant that states there is a makeshift compound surrounded by tires and an earthen berm in Costilla Meadows subdivision that he reasonably believed was occupied by adult Lucas Morton and others, including 39-year-old Siraj Wahhaj, who was wanted for child abduction and 3-year-old AG Wahhaj, the child that was abducted. This warrant came after a two-month investigation in conjunction with Clayton County, Georgia and FBI investigators. According to Sheriff Hogrefe the FBI had recently provided information and surveillance on this location, but they (FBI) didn’t feel there was enough probable cause to get on the property. In the press release Sheriff Hogrefe said, “That all changed for me when a message was forwarded to us from a Georgia Detective that we reasonably believed came from someone at the compound – the message sent to a third party simply said in part “we are starving and need food and waterâ€. I absolutely knew that we couldn’t wait on another agency to step up and we had to go check this out as soon as possible, so I began working on a search warrant right after I got that intercepted message – it had to be a search warrant and a tactical approach for our own safety because we had learned the occupants were most likely heavily armed and considered extremist of the Muslim belief . We also knew from the layout of the compound they would have an advantage if we didn’t deploy tactfully and quickly.â€

 

On Friday morning, August 3, 2018, eight members of TCSO’s Sheriff’s Response Team (SRT) were assisted by four members of the State OSI unit when they executed the search warrant. The “all day†operation went without major incident or any injuries, but when encountered both men initially refused to follow verbal direction and Wahhaj who was held up inside the compound was heavily armed with an AR15 rifle, five loaded 30 round magazines, and four loaded pistols, including one in his pocket when he was taken down. Many more rounds of ammo were found in the makeshift compound that consists of a small travel trailer buried in the ground covered by plastic with no water, plumbing, or electricity – “The only food We saw were a few potatoes and a box of rice in the filthy trailer,†said Hogrefe. “But what was most surprising, and heartbreaking was when the team located a total of five adults and 11 children that looked like third world country refugees not only with no food or fresh water, but with no shoes, personal hygiene and basically dirty rags for clothing.†However, the missing child from Georgia was not located among the children.

 

Both males were arrested; Morton was charged with harboring a fugitive and Wahhaj was booked on his no bond Georgia warrant for child abduction. The females were detained for questioning and later released pending further investigation meanwhile all 11 children were immediately taken in protective custody and later turned over to the state CYFD division when they arrived at the scene a few hours later. “We all gave the kids our water and what snacks we had – it was the saddest living conditions and poverty I have seen.â€

 

None of the adults would give statement to the current whereabouts of AG Wahhaj, but it is reasonably believed he was there a few weeks ago. The investigation into locating him is ongoing with coordination efforts from Clayton County Georgia and FBI investigators.

 

 

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From the website Idiots International Q, Bubi´s main source of knowledge: A reader writes : Every morning heading for the Autobahn I have to steer my motorcar through mountains of dead women, raped by dark skinned male people and subsequently butchered with big knifes which the dark skinned male people receive free of charge from chancellor Merkel in Berlin to promote integration.

 

Later the same day when they have moved away last nights butchered women roads are flooded by members of criminal Arab clans riding on camels or stolen horses, mostly ignoring traffic rules and sitting in the park on the grass although a signpost says : No sitting on grass .

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If you click on the links and read them in German, you will that see the attackers the pooch chomped on were from teenagers from Afghanistan. And in the earlier attack, the bad guys were teenagers who had dark complexions and black hair, besides speaking with a foreign accent. Does that suggest something to you?

 

Now if a group of aging Irish Americans with pony tails attacked people in Thailand, you might have grounds for kicking Cav out of the country. :hmmm:

 

Yes, my point exactly, thank you for expanding on it and making it accessible to the less intelligent amongst us.

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Meanwhile back in the USA. (Yeah I know this is the German thread, but there must be at least a few Germans in Taos.)

 

 

Two males from Georgia are in custody after TCSO served a search warrant at a makeshift residence that is best described as a “compound†in Amalia, NM. Eleven children ranging in age from 1 to 15-years-old were also taken in protective custody and later turned over to New Mexico Children Youth and Families Department (CYFD) for their own health and safety. Three women believed to be the children’s mothers were also detained yesterday while investigators continue to sort out details of the case..........

 

I saw this, earlier, very disturbing.

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